Comodo Antivirus for Linux (CAVL) is a free antivirus and mail gateway software for your Linux system from Comodo Group, Inc. The mail gateway provides anti-spam filter and it block email related threats.And it compatible with Postfix, qmail, Sendmail and Exim MTA’s. It comes with automatic updates, scan scheduler, event viewer and custom scan profiles.
Install Comodo Antivirus for Linux on Ubuntu:
Go to Comodo Antivirus for Linux download page. And choose your operating system as Ubuntu from the dropdown and also select 64-bit or 32-bit based on your system. And click the download button. By default, it will download the file in your Downloads folder or just save the downloaded file in your Downloads folder.. The downloaded file name is cav-linux_x64.deb (its for the 64-bit OS). For the 32-bit oS its cav-linux_x86.deb.
To install Comodo Antivirus for Linux, you need to install libssl0.9.8. But in Ubuntu 16.04 or later have newer than Comodo wants. Open the terminal app and run below command to navigate the Downloads folder.
Then run below command. It will ignore libssl0.9.8 and install Comodo Antivirus for Linux on your system.
sudo dpkg --ignore-depends=libssl0.9.8 -i cav-linux_x64.deb
Note: If above not work then run below
sudo dpkg -ignore-depends=libssl0.9.8 -i cav-linux_x64.deb
Then run below commands one by one
sudo apt-get install -f
when asked press enter. Then continuously press enter to read and confirm the installation and close it.
Now open the app via the Show Apps application menu from the Ubuntu dock.
You can update the app using below command.